A traffic stop in the 9300 block of Lee Highway for an expired license plate resulted in the driver’s arrest for DUI and felony possession of marijuana.
A two-vehicle crash was reported in the 5000 block of University Drive.
An officer took a fraud report from the Truist Bank, in the 9200 block of Lee Highway.
A student accidentally pulled a fire alarm at Collegedale Academy Middle School.
A juvenile on a school field trip to city hall began to act unruly, screaming profanity and slamming doors.
Officers were able to calm the child until a parent arrived to take them home.
Police responded to a road rage incident in the 5800 block of Main Street. No charges were filed and all parties went their own way.
A Department of Children Services referral was made from Wolftever Creek Elementary School of a child acting aggressively with other children on the bus and at school.
A two-car crash was reported in the 4900 block of Ooltewah Ringgold Road. No injuries were reported.
A minor fender bender was reported in the Chestnutt Creek apartment complex.
Police responded to the 4700 block of Wellesley Drive after it was reported that a carbon monoxide alarm was sounding in a residence. Police arrived and secured the scene for the fire department.
Police responded to the 4600 block of Wellesley Drive after it was reported that a carbon monoxide alarm was sounding in a residence. The water heater triggered the alarm.
Police assisted the fire department with a lift assist of an individual who had fallen in the Hawthorne at the Summit apartment complex.
Tractor Supply sponsored their annual pet adoption event in partnership with local animal shelters and rescue organizations. A customer believed that one of the dogs had previously belonged to them, and that they had lost it several weeks ago. The customer was advised that animals are considered abandoned after five days in a shelter, and was referred back the shelter who had custody of the animal to work out a solution.
A carbon monoxide alarm was going off at the Jack’s Family Restaurant. It was found to be a false alarm.
A concerned citizen requested an officer to check the well being of the clerk at the Circle K in the 9300 block of Lee Highway, because no one was answering the phone. The clerk was at work and advised that they were too busy to answer the phone.
A Collegedale fugitive was booked on warrants for forgery, theft, and criminal simulation before being transported to the jail.
Night shift officers provided assistance to an individual having a mental health crisis in the Wellesley neighborhood.
Day shift officers provided assistance to an individual having a mental health crisis in the Wellesley neighborhood. A police chaplain was called to respond and also provided assistance.
Police responded to the Little Debbie Park, in the 4600 block of Swinyar Drive, after a concerned citizen observed two elderly individuals who appeared to be photographing children. An officer made contact with the individuals and found that they were simply taking photos of the park to show their children in hopes of encouraging them to let their grandchildren visit more often.
A crash report was taken after a vehicle pulled out of Leyland Drive into the 4700 block of Ooltewah Ringgold Road and in the path of another vehicle. No injuries were reported.
Officers returned to provide assistance to an individual having a mental health crisis in the Wellesley neighborhood. The individual was taken into protective custody and transported to a local facility.
An alarm was triggered at the Jack’s Family Restaurant by employees coming in for their shift.
Police were asked by another agency to do a well being check at an address in the 4500 block of Wellesley Drive for an individual who had gotten into an argument with their spouse and had walked off. Contact was made with a family member who advised that the individual had gone to a hotel for the night.